As long as the rain isn't pouring straight down on me and there isn't a chance I'd get struck by lightening, I can often be found out in turbulent weather, wrestling with a digital camera. I've clocked many hours trying to capture what I think would make for a great painting. This sky and its moodiness came from a shot I took last summer as a storm was coming in. It was off of an old abandon logging road close to my studio. If you wish to see it up close and personal, all you have to do is head on over to the Mary Lou Zeek Gallery in Salem, Oregon. I have other work there as well. Check it out!